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From grunts to PowerPoint: 200,000 years of human communication
Join Chichester Skeptics in the Pub at 19.30 on Tuesday 15th January to discuss: From grunts to PowerPoint - 200,000 years of human communication A horse can detect changes in your breathing and heart rate from 9 metres away. Your dog knows when you’re depressed. The CEO of Honda awarded a multi-million dollar advertising contract because “I just liked the guy!” How we communicate has evolved over millennia, but everything goes to pot when faced with a reluctant audience armed only with PowerPoint. Toby Wilsher is a theatre director and a pioneer of arts-based training for business, working globally with a host of clients looking to improve their communication skills. All are welcome — we look forward to an engaging and informative evening. Entry is £5.

Chichester Inn

38 West Street, Chichester, PO19 1RP · Chichester

£5.00

    What we're about

    Chichester Skeptics in the Pub is a non-profit organisation promoting science, reason, and critical thinking.

    We hold talks and socials once a month in central Chichester. Join us for a healthy dose of skepticism and a beverage of your choice!

    Our regular events are on the third Tuesday of every month from 19.30 in the Chichester Inn, 38 West Street, PO19 1RP.

    Visit http://chichester.skepticsinthepub.org/ for a full line-up of our talks.

    Follow us on Twitter: @ChiSITP

    Email us at: ChichesterSkeptics@gmail.com

    Objectives:
    To develop and support the skeptical community in Chichester.
    To provide opportunities for socialising and friendship.
    To educate the public about the principles of scientific skepticism and the importance of critical thinking.
    To work with organisations in pursuit of common goals.

    Safety and comfort at our events and online:
    Chichester Skeptics in the Pub aims to be an inclusive organisation, welcoming attendees from all backgrounds, ethnicities, and genders. We reserve the right to remove any attendee whose continued presence represents a real or perceived threat to the smooth running of our events, or the security and comfort of other attendees. We will deal with all concerns and complaints swiftly and sensitively, and support attendees if they feel further action or support is necessary.

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